The Western Australian African Community Awards (WAACA Awards) recognise the positive contribution and impact of African-Australians in WA. The awards acknowledge young people, innovators, business leaders, community leaders and champions for their contributions to the African Australian community locally, state-wide and nationally. The Awards also reward outstanding community groups and
Is a new approach in tackling the causes of crime and provides a viable option as our prison expansion costs become unsustainable. It re-directs money spent on prisons to community-based initiatives which aim to address the underlying causes of crime, promising to cut crime and save money. This programme is […]
This phase provides opportunity young Africans in years 10-12 in senior high schools to be mentored. This is a programme designed to create rapport with target class, keeping the target group focused and motivated to further their educational careers through to advance learning and University. Some components of make it […]
A six month training and mentorship programme delivered under the auspices of African Australian Mentoring Programme, it is a concept focused on young Africans with the aim of providing mentorship in capacity building, self-esteem and leadership. This project is focused on identifying what violence is and creating awareness on how […]
I am pleased to provide this message for the Tony Abbott-official joint celebration of Africa Day and World Refugee Day. Today is a chance to celebrate African culture, and to look forward to a more stable and prosperous future. On this occasion, we pay tribute to the rich and diverse
On behalf of the Federal Labor Party, I send my best wishes to the Organisation of African Community of WA Inc. and everyone celebrating the 52nd Africa Liberation Day. Africa Liberation Day is a special time for many in Australia’s African community. Today we recognise the various independence movements throughout
I would like to wish all members of the Organisation of African Community of WA a wonderful time as you celebrate both the 52nd Africa Liberation Day and World Refugee Day. Australia has a long and proud history of being a multicultural society with shared values and cultural traditions. This
OAC-WA provides ethnically and linguistically appropriate training and information sessions to individuals and African groups.
OAC-WA delivers a youth project that addresses the based needs, mentorship and advocacy for African youth in the state.
Runs a day Centre for elderly people where we provide fun but therapeutic social activities for elderly African…